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President Joe Biden on Thursday aimed to ease concerns from Americans over high gas prices and fuel shortages after the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack. ABC
VOA VIEW: Biden is is acting like the fool, he is.
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas defended the Biden administration's handling of a variety of immigration issues at a Senate hearing Thursday. ABC
VOA VIEW: It's more like a coverup.
Layoffs have slowed further with economy strengthening. ABC
VOA VIEW: The economy is not in good shape.

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Calling it a 'great day for America,' President Joe Biden on Thursday touted what he said was a 'milestone' marking the CDC's eased mask guidance. ABC
The Environmental Protection Agency is revoking a Trump-era rule that overhauled how the agency evaluates air pollutants ABC
VOA VIEW: Fools!
The presidents of the nation’s two major teachers unions are separately calling for a full return to in-person learning in the fall ABC
VOA VIEW: About time - time will tell.
There are a handful of instances where people will still need to wear masks — in a health-care setting, at a business that mandates them or on public transportation. CNBC
VOA VIEW: About time.
Ransomware attacks involve malware that encrypts files on a device or network that results in the system becoming inoperable. CNBC
VOA VIEW: Who gets punished?
President Joe Biden met Thursday with a group of senior Republican senators to discuss the prospects of a bipartisan infrastructure bill. CNBC

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More than 1 million people will see a loss or reduction in jobless benefits due to state withdrawal from federal unemployment programs. CNBC
VOA VIEW: All states should follow suit.
CVS, Walgreens and Macy's said they are reviewing their requirements for facial coverings following new CDC guidance easing mask wearing for people vaccinated against Covid-19. CNN
VOA VIEW: Private businesses can make their own restrictive policies.
Republican senators celebrate by removing their masks on Capitol Hill after the CDC's latest guidance that fully vaccinated individuals can go maskless both indoors and outdoors. CNN
VOA VIEW: Good news today - tomorrow may be different.
• Rep. Chip Roy says he'll challenge Stefanik for Republican conference chair CNN
VOA VIEW: We will have to see what happens.

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VOA VIEW: Biden should back Israel - if acts brave and tuff.
The Biden administration plans to coordinate with nongovernmental organizations to identify vulnerable migrant families in Mexico and allow them to enter the United States, instead of turning them away under a Trump-era border policy, according to a source familiar with discussions. CNN
VOA VIEW: Biden is making it easier for illegals to gain entry into the US.
With parts of the Southeastern U.S. still recovering from a pipeline hack that resulted in fuel shortages, a North Carolina school district is reverting to remote learning on Friday due to concerns staff and students don’t have enough gas to get to class. FOX News
VOA VIEW: Biden is at fault.

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     State Senate Republicans slammed their Democratic counterparts for creating a “dangerous” environment for New Yorkers by kowtowing to the “Defund the Police” movement with cuts to law enforcement budgets and so-called progressive policies like bail reform, unveiling a package Tuesday of pro-cop bills. “Just recently, you saw a 4 year old was shot in the middle of the day in Times Square … I had never thought that I was in any sort of danger walking around Times Square. Seemed like every corner of every intersection, there was one or two cops,” said Republican Minority Leader state Sen. Rob Ortt (R-Lockport) during an Albany press conference. Only fools are demanding the defunding of police.

     “The last several times I’ve been down there, I have not seen that same level of police presence.” He said the week’s Times Square shooting is not surprising, given the reported spike in City crime — particularly shootings — and can be directly traced back to policies passed by the Democratic-led Legislature since they took control in 2018, and need to be scaled back. Albany Democrats have approved a series of laws including bail and discovery overhauls, as well as long-stalled police accountability legislation following last summer’s massive protests that swept the nation after the death of George Floyd.  Floyd’s death promoted national fervor in the ‘Defund the Police’ movement, and in New York, a billion dollars was cut from the NYPD department budget.